Flower of Evil” is the latest K-drama to get a reboot in the Philippines. The local version starring Piolo Pascual and Lovi Poe will air on ABS-CBN this June. Viu-ers will also be thrilled to know that the series will be streamed on Viu Philippines.

“Flower of Evil” the Philippine adaptation is Lovi Poe’s first Kapamilya teleserye since joining ABS-CBN. It also marks Piolo Pascual’s return to the small screen after four years.

The original Korean drama starring Lee Joon-gi and Moon Chae-won was one of the hit K-dramas in 2020. It follows the story of a man who changes his identity in order to hide his scandalous past. However, he marries a police detective tasked to investigate a serial murder case. As a result, the case leads her to discover her husband’s dark past.

Aside from the leads, the series also stars Agot Isidro, Edu Manzano, Denise Laurel, Joross Gamboa, Joem Bascon, Epy Quizon, Rita Avila, Jett Pangan, Pinky Amador, Joko Diaz, and JC de Vera.

‘Flower of Evil’: Viu Philippines and ABS-CBN partnership

ABS-CBN and Viu announced the expansion of their partnership to adapt the hit South Korean thriller drama “Flower of Evil” in 16 markets across Asia, the Middle East, and South Africa. It will stream simultaneously on Viu 48 hours before its domestic television broadcast.

“This latest offering puts Filipino talent front and centre in the way we do storytelling, supported by a powerhouse cast and a world-class production team,” says Arianne Kader-Cu, Viu Philippines’ country manager.

“Our local adaptation of the Korean hit love story Flower of Evil, a
compelling and powerful narrative on love for family, search for truth and justice, is
the unanimous choice to open our regional partnership with Viu,” adds ABS-CBN Entertainment’s chief operating officer for broadcast Cory Vidanes.

“Flower of Evil” is the latest ABS-CBN and Viu collaboration committed to
bring premium Asian entertainment to more viewers worldwide. The partnership
kicked off early this year, with the streaming of ABS-CBN’s hit drama series The
Broken Marriage Vow
on Viu.

We can’t wait to see “Flower of Evil” again with the Philippines as its setting and featuring a set of talented actors.

Myla writes news stories for a living and watches K-dramas for leisure. She enjoys doing both for Hallyudorama.

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